Digital intraoral scanning means the days of sitting in the office chair with a tray full of messy
impression material is over. The process is faster, easier, and more comfortable with accurate results.
When is a digital scanner used in dental procedures?
Digital intraoral scanner is used when we take impressions of crowns, bridges, implant crowns,
night guard, bleaching trays, and retainers.
What is the advantage of using a digital intraoral scanner?
- Faster impressions without patient discomfort.
- Highly accurate and more predictable impressions.
- Eliminates the need for traditional impression materials.
- More precise-fitting crowns, bridges and implant crowns.
How long does a digital impression take?
The majority of digital impressions using an intraoral scanner can be completed in under 5 minutes.